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I'll try to get some pics but I have Kuryakyn Longhorn adjustable mounts with the large ISO Pegs mounted to the front of my crash bar. I'm 6'1" and it was the best thing I've ever done to the bike
 

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Thanks, WingDing.

If you had it to do over again, would you choose the round pegs, or a flat style like this:




Also, do you find the engine/fairing/crashbar gets in your way.or is uncomfortable in any way?
 

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I like the round pegs so I can rock my feet back and forth instead of them being on a flat surface. The crash bar gets in the way when I take my feet off the stock pegs and transfer them to the front. Just takes a little extra effort that's all
 

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The case guards on my 1100 do not have the vertical bars. is there a decent set of pegs that I can attach to the lower bars that I can adjust so that I can be comfortable. The bike came with the below ones (mine are Goldwing not VTwin, just a pic I found online to help describe) on it and are better than nothing but would like to make the ride even more comfortable for when we move up to the longer than couple of hour rides.
 

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Sakryn, I'm in the same boat. It seems that the setup that WingDing has would work for us, as well.

WingDing, the mounts you have can be rotated, can't they? If so, we could mount the clamp to the upper rail, and rotate the peg to a height/distance that is suitable.
 

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The Longhorn mounts pivot 360 deg and can be turned in and out. They have "teeth" on each side of the rotating surface to lock into position. Plus the pegs can be turned 360 deg depending on the angle you want them to fold up. These where not cheap, but I don't think you'll be disappointed. :)
 

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Wing Ding, I just wanted to tell you that your bike looks awesome!



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